With the amount of new books beings released every week, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Honestly, I can’t even keep track of every book coming out, especially if you also consider all the new indie releases. That’s why I made a list of nineteen science-fiction/fantasy books from Asian authors that caught my eye. All of
Someone on Twitter asked me for my favourite books and I, like most other readers, was left speechless. Which ones were my favourite books? I had to check my Goodreads ‘Favourite’ shelf as a reminder. I noticed that not every book I love love loved has five stars. Why is that? Can you absolutely love
The Diviners by Libba Bray Book The Diviners is a great occult thriller set in the roaring twenties of the previous century. It’s the time of flappers, beaded dresses, and secret speakeasies. Evie, the main character, has a gift and uses it to help her uncle solve a series of brutal crimes. I expected it
Why is my list of books I’ve read such a mess?
Going from book blogger to book writer. And now doing both at the same time to share the love for stories and books.
Tessa highlights the library in her home town: De Nieuwe Bibliotheek. It’s no longer a place to only borrow books, but so much more. It’s an experience.
Tessa has a few new books; bought, given or borrowed. Check out the list of her bookhaul and the new additions to her ‘to read list’.
The Book Of Secrets by Melissa McShane is the first of The Last Oracle series. This urban fantasy story takes you to an old bookstore that’s more than just that. Ask questions to get the answer you seek.
Do you read? Of course you do. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here. Starting next month, you’ll find more of our favourite books on Narratess.
Narratess is a new website focused on writing, the writing experience and, perhaps most importantly, stories. We are two writers who want to share our experiences, services, and knowledge as we continue to grow. Tessa Hastjarjanto From early age I started with building my own worlds. Pokémon was a hit and I made my own